Launch of the Paediatric Early Warning Score must be matched by workforce investment
Carli Whittaker Consultant editor, Nursing Children and Young People
There have been some significant and positive changes in adult patient safety recently, with the National Early Warning Score (NEWS) being introduced and widely adopted in 2012 and its second iteration, NEWS2, in 2017. But, when children and young people can deteriorate significantly and quickly, why has it taken more than ten years to prioritise children in the healthcare system?
Nursing Children and Young People.
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